PBI-UKSW Webinar: Employable Teacher Professional Identities: Concepts and Practices

Thursday, 18 June 2020 | English Language Education Study Program | Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana, Salatiga


The webinar discussed the construct of employable teacher professional identities in two ways: firstly, as a conceptual framework developed from the perspectives of research in employability and teacher identities, and its usability for researching the topic of teacher professional development. Secondly through investigations of practice, specifically, how teachers negotiate and communicate their work with technology, as part of their developing professional identity.


Neny Isharyanti
English Language Education Study Program
Faculty of Language and Arts
Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana, Salatiga, Indonesia

Dr. Drew Whitworth
Manchester Institute of Education
School of Environment, Education, and Development
the University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

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iTELL & British Council Webinar: Instilling Netiquettes in Remote Learning

Friday, 05 June 2020


The webinar aims to introduce and share common etiquette in digital platforms (emails, chats, forums, etc.) and how to apply them as a means to develop learners’ social skills in the 21st century digital age.

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iTELL & British Council Indonesia: Evaluating materials for online learning

Wednesday, 22 April 2020


The webinar discussed some principles on how to evaluate materials in the online setting of remote learning.

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Fashion and Campus Culture

Fashion at UKSW

Fashion at UKSW

I posted this photo in my social media accounts as a response to a question of a new friend who expressed her amazement that as a lecturer, I’m allowed to wear casual t-shirt and jeans as my daily outfit in my campus. That also applies to my students. As you can see from the photo, our fashion choice is totally varied, from very laid back sandals to me wearing boots. And yes, it’s totally acceptable in my campus. Continue reading